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BUSINESS NOTICES • \ R .R. HYDE & CO., "' ;V SANITARY AND ELEOTEICAL ', ENGINEERS, PLUMr.::i?.s, gasfitters, and HHBET IRON WORKERS, In Thanking our Patrons for the liberal ," support accorded us in the past, we would like to direct the pubiic geuM-aliy to a few pDints of advantage reEfM-'ting our latest Acefylouo Gas 'iriftia'ois-, which have found much favour ht Uu liaarltiof those who hive hrought nnr t a onfc into practical ue. In. the tirtt place this generators are , absolutely cafe aud fire proof, and the >\ testimonials that wo have received unsolicited place our manufacture second to . none in the market for superiority of light and make, economy, simplicity and general utility. It manutaotnres the gas as yon require it, while it will supply a hundred ■ or a thousand lights as easily and as brilliantly as it will supply one. To obviate any waste of gas, the generator is ' so contrived that the supply is in no case greater that the demand, which prevents accumulation of gas and renders a large gasometer or reservoir uaneceseary, and our generator can be re-charged with absolute safety, while the lights being of handy size, it can be placed in any .. building without occupying but a very small space. When illumination is not required, the generator does not manufacture gas, so that any waste of material is out of the question. In conclusion, we can safely and truthfully assert that our Automatic Acetylene Gas Generators are now being extensively recognised as the " standard of excellence. They produce a good light, a cheap light, and a reliable < light, and a light superior to either coal gas or electricity. ■ y Orders or enquiries will receive prompt attention. F. R. HYDE & CO., Sole Patentees and Manufacturers. Tancred Street, Ashburton. Telephone 81. « Eli Smith, : ~~~"* ; Smith's Wairarapa Land Agency, Masterton. ' Laud for Sale and lease, QQAA AX3RES Freehold Sheep and €jtJ>\J\J Cattle Run, East Coasts . District, main Coach Road; ring fenced, excepting about 1£ miles back boundary, well subdivided and well watered, half in best English grasses, balance rough native feed, nil rolling country. Good, 9-roomed ' -1 House, all necessary Outbuildings, Price, j £2 10s per acre. A real snip. (347) I .TO LEASE. A Government Grazing Run of 5000 ACRES, 10 miles from Te Puki. A large - area been sown down in English grasses, fine healthy Bbeep and cattle country, H sheep par acre. Subdivided into 9 paddocks by best of fences, 8-roomed Houee, Woolshed, Yards, etc. Upset Price £720, Terms can be arranged. (348) 1100 ACRES Freehold Sheep and Cattle Farm, Wairarapa District, all in grass and crop. Well subdivided and watered. 100 . Acres good flat, balance undulating, new 6« ' > roomed House, all necessary Outbuildings. ■. Place now winters 14C0 sheep and 170^ cattle, and 28 horses. Cheapest place in the market. Paice £4, per acre. (187) 177 ACRES First-class Dairy and drop*' ping Farm, close to good Town, Railway, .. and Market. Good Homestead. Place is well subdivided, well watered, and a .■' bargain at ,£3200. Terms, £1000 Cash, ' Balance at 5 pur cent. (!33) 150 ACRES Cheap Dairy Farm, in ■ Waiiarapa, all love], well watered and subdivided into 7 p&ddocks. Good Homestead, close to Town. Price £2000. Terms. (129) Write for Property List, ELI SMITH, LAND AGENT,; [ 4 239 Masterton= Guinness and LeCren., Ltd. Farms for Private Sale. WE have ,a Large Number of FarßSS*' 11'! of all descriptions on our Register M for Private Sale that are worth the money ■ asked for them, and are well worth icßpec* tion. The following are some :— fyftjf\ ACRES mixed Farming Land •Ov downs and fiats, part limestone good grain growing and lambing country. Hous9 and Good Outbuildings ; Geraldine. Pol. 180, v ' Terms. X Ki\ ACSES Sweefc L»°d» all Plat lltlv well watered aud fenced, good fattening country ; 100 Acres is Turnips, dwelling. Will carry 1000 Ewes well j Geraldine dis- I trict. Price jBIO. Fol. 184. I QAA ACRES mixed Farming Land I €y\J\J and First Class Sheep Country, I downs and flat. Dwelling and I Outbuildings, in Geraldine DU- I triot. Good Terms. Fol. 151. I KOA ACRES Limestone Land, well UOv watered, splendid lambing country and fattens well. Good House and Buildings. Between Gsraldine and Pleasant Point, £8.108, on Easy Terms. Pol. 97; A,(\J'\ ACRES very Rich Limestone TDvv Land, with substantial Stone Dwelling and Outbuildings; well watered ; nine miles from rail* way. Fol. 101. We shall be glad to send intending purchasers further particulars, and assist them to inspect, GUINNESS & LeCREN., LTD. I Land Agents and Auctioneers. - I Timaru, Waimate, and Geraldine. 12 IS9 I Charles Gieseler, I HORSE BREAKER, Etc., Abhbubton, DESIRES -to inform the General Public that he is prepared to Break Horses to Saddle and Harness; also to do Clipping; - during the season. For Full Particulars and Charges apply st "Tattersalls," Ashburton, where ho had good accommodation for carrying out his work. Every care taken and attention given to all Horses entrusted to Lira. 4 291 I 11. BUSHELL. I THLOEIST, FRUITERER, GBEEN I GROCER & SEEDSMAN . I (Next to Ashburton ClubV . ■ Money to Lend, I I HAVE various Sums for Investment on H Town and Country Securities at Lowest. ffj Current Rates of Interest. ' H G. 1. BUCHANAN, I Solicitor, I BURNETT STREET, I Ash burton H Rubber Hot - - J Water Bottles. -I I^UR WINTER SUPPLY has arrived. I We deal direct with the Mann- ■ facturers, and therefore oar Prices I are as Low as any advertised, I while the Quality is the Best.' ■ Aslibnrton Drag Co,, U&M

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905

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